Value Gradations Turn Neutrals Into a Striking Quilt

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This is a Quick Project and Great for Beginners!

Neutrals are simply wonderful in this inviting quilt. Gradations of value create depth and movement in the monochromatic design.

Other colors will be great too. It’s easy to imagine the quilt made up in gradations of blue or another favorite color.

At Midnight Quilt Pattern

Start with a jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips. This is an easy project, even for beginners, and finishes quickly.

You’ll find the “At Midnight” quilt pattern by Gina Gempesaw in Time-Saving Quilts With 2½” Strips. The completed quilt is 68 1/2″ x 80 1/2″.

Click here to purchase Time-Saving Quilts With 2½” Strips.


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